C. A commercial wildlife breeder`s licence may be issued to any person who, in the opinion of the Director, is acting in good faith and who, in the opinion of the Director, does not intend to use the licence for the purpose of violating any of the laws of the State of Oklahoma and who proves that the spawning stock to be used is lawfully acquired. 6. File a complaint and prosecute a person for violation of any of the laws on the conservation of flora and fauna with the consent of the district prosecutor of the district in which the proceedings are initiated, and is not obliged to provide security for costs. The Director may also appear on behalf of the people before any court of competent jurisdiction in connection with a prosecution for violation of any of the laws relating to the protection of wild animals and may prosecute in the same manner and with the same authority as the prosecutor of the district in which such proceedings are pending, if the lawyer is unable or refuses to be present. to pursue such a case. A minimum of 400 square inches of clearly visible hunter orange must be worn by all hunters participating in antelope, bear, deer or moose season when using a firearm (firearm or muzzle magazine). Orange clothing must include outer garment worn over the waist and headgear. H.
When harvesting white-tailed deer or mule deer or other wildlife where the hunter is required by the Board`s rules to inspect wildlife at a departmental checkpoint, the wildlife abductor must: A. A revolving fund to be known as the Wildlife Conservation Fund shall be established in the Consolidated Revenue Fund, consisting of all funds, previously or hereafter transferred, deposited or credited to the State Game and Fish Fund established by Article 115, Title 29 of the Oklahoma Constitution, and in addition, any royalties, penalties, fines or confiscations and redemptions of bonds levied by the State, any subdivision thereof, a public official or any other person for violation of the conservation laws of that State; and all donations for these purposes, as well as all amounts received by the Department and all interest thereon. All funds received by the Fund are subject to the following budgetary restrictions: Possession of wild animals No person shall possess wild birds, animals or other wild animals or parts of wild animals taken from another person, unless this includes written information indicating the name, address, customer identification number or lifetime license number of the customer, the date of admission and the number and species of wild birds, animals or other wild animals, is associated with game birds, animals or other wild animals or parts thereof. In addition, information on turkey, bear, deer, moose and antelope must include the location where the game was verified or the online confirmation number. The name and address of the person receiving these wild animals must also appear on the written information. It is illegal for a person to possess meat, head, skin or part of the carcass of wildlife that has not been legally taken. The keeping of wild animals as pets and the sale of wild animals or parts of wild animals are strictly controlled by state and federal laws. Deer hunters – head to Osage County along the Kansas border, where Pope & Young records tend to be high and deer populations are strong. There are many private properties and public spaces, including the Osage WMA. C.
The provisions of this section do not apply to persons honorably discharged from the armed forces of the United States who are currently on active service with the armed forces of the United States or who are members of the National Guard. In addition, the provisions of this Division do not apply to persons who are resident owners or tenants when they hunt game other than deer or antelope on land owned or leased by them. The provisions of this subdivision do not exempt non-residents who own land in that State or persons who lease land for hunting purposes.